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Der Flug um den Erdball, 1. Teil - Paris bis Ceylon (1925)

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Credited cast:
Ellen Richter ...
Eleonore Rix
Reinhold Schünzel ...
Louis Renard
Bruno Kastner
Anton Pointner ...
Henry Turner
Paul Piquet
Max Landa
Claire Lotto ...
Elisa Pakrenos
Paul Biensfeldt ...
Werner Rix
Henry Bender
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hermann Picha


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6 March 1925 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

O gyros tou kosmou me aeroplanon  »

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a marvelous travel in the past
24 August 2005 | by (France) – See all my reviews

It's a wonderful film in the spirit of Tintin from Hergé realised at the beginning of the aviation. It's a serial in six parts (corresponding to the film in two parts identified on IMDb) traveling by plane from Paris to Paris with stages in Genoa, Suez, Aden, Colombo, Singapore, Canton, Yokohama, Honolulu, San Francisco, New-York and Brest in France with each time a very attractive filming in outsides ; it's a very pleasant travel in a forgotten past. Characters are also very good with very pleasant performances from Ellen Richter and especially from Hans Brausewetter. The copy i saw was very well restored by the French/German TV Arte.

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